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Geography of Social Networking
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Judy O'Connell Jul 25, 2008.

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Steven Harris Sep 27, 2008.

New blog: Collections 2.0

Started Jan 1, 2008

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Kindling the Fire

The Kindle Fire is a pretty good device for consuming Amazon products, whether we’re talking Amazon music or Kindle e-books. But it’s not very friendly towards using e-books from other sources. If you look for some common e-book reading apps like Aldiko, Bluefire, or txtr in the Amazon app store, you won’t find them. You […]

Narrative

Some time ago, I heard an interview with James Gleick talking about his book, The Information. I bought the book, but haven’t read more than the first couple of pages. Something about that sampling of the book suggests something to me about the nature of the world, the universe. I have maybe stole this whole […]

Tech Timeline

I’ve been thinking about how much technology has changed since I started working in libraries in 1983. I decided to create a timeline of where I’ve worked and the technological things that happened to me personally and in the workplace. This list does focus on my experience, which is primarily in acquisitions, collections, and reference. […]

Internet Emergency Preparedness

The Internet is a vital part of our work environment today. If your Internet access stops working, do not panic. In the case of such an emergency, follow these steps: Determine if your Internet access is through wi-fi or an ethernet cable. Check to see if the cable is plugged in. Check to see if […]

One Small Word

I’ve always loved a Penguin Classics book. They’re just the right combination of convenience, authenticity, and scholarship. This holds true for the paperbacks as well as the e-books. I’d rather pay 7 or 8 bucks for a nicely edited classic e-book from Penguin than to have to slog through one of those typographical disasters offered […]
 

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Posted on February 5, 2009 at 1:30pm

New blog: Collections 2.0



I've got a new blog: Collections 2.0: http://collections2point0.wordpress.com/



I welcome your comments and… Continue

Posted on January 1, 2008 at 4:28pm

It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!

Posted on August 21, 2007 at 7:09pm

Facebook Applications

I'm going hog-freaking wild with the applications on Facebook! We need some more library applications on there, but not just OPACs.

Posted on June 16, 2007 at 2:48pm — 3 Comments

Tagging Phrases

I love tagging and I love bookmarking. Together they are a great and easy way to classify digital objects, but I rarely take part in social bookmarking sites like del.icio.us. Its not that I don't appreciate the social element; social tagging really adds value to the mass of data out there on the web. But there's one thing I can't get past: THE SINGLE-WORD TAG!



I'll never be a devoted del.icio.us user because I can't think that open source should be expressed as opensource or… Continue

Posted on June 3, 2007 at 10:18pm — 1 Comment

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At 8:23am on May 25, 2009, Mike McQueen said…
Hi Steven,
I'm a teacher librarian & recently started a community based blog for getting boys to read - http://GettingBoysToRead.com. Please send me a friend request if you'd like to network, share ideas, and learn more about getting boys to read.

Sincerely,
Mike McQueen

LET'S NETWORK HERE TOO (request me as a friend):
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At 11:55am on July 28, 2008, Christine Holmes said…
Hi Steve, I don't really use Ning anymore but thanks for asking to be added as a friend. Nice photos by the way.
At 2:24pm on October 17, 2007, Sara Martin said…
Hi Steve,
Hope your session on Library 2.0 went well. Awesome
tool.
At 3:58am on May 24, 2007, Keith Walker said…
Hi Steve,

Edinburgh is actually quite well endowed with libraries of all sorts. There are 4 universities and various colleges, law firms, governmental bodies, not to mention the public libraries. http://www.lisjobnet.com/Lisjobnet while not everything, shows current vacancies in the UK.

Glad you like Edinburgh!!!
At 6:05pm on May 23, 2007, Bill Easton said…
Some days I can really relate to Zippy. If I understand the days comic I know I'm in for something special!!
At 12:33am on May 19, 2007, Jean Anderson said…
Hi Steven, My first library job was at the old Merrill Library back in 1989. It's a small world! Jean
At 5:18pm on May 12, 2007, Steven Harris said…
 
 
 

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